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CNN
Sep 15, 2012 1:30pm PDT
few years, obesity has become a bigger and bigger problem, not just in the united states, but around the world. i think this is the first year in the history of the world where more people will die from the effectings of too much food than from starving. and it is fascinating, it is also, we think, the first disease in the history of the world that has gone from being a rich person's disease to a poor person's disease. >> it is pretty shocking as you may know, mayor, we have been reporting on this issue for sometime. was there a personal story for you? i mean, did you have issues either with the chronic effects of obesity in your own family, yourself? >> no, but i can tell you, and i think i speak for almost everybody, if it is in front of me. i eat it. i love cheese-its. if you put a bowl, two pound box in front of me, i would probably eat them all. that is not very good for you. but if you eat anything in moderation, or almost anything, there is no harm. so if you put a sll bowl in front of me, that is fine. we all do the same thing. all we're trying to do with the sugary drinks is
CNN
Sep 16, 2012 4:30am PDT
years obesity has become a bigger and bigger problem, not just in the united states, but around the world. thing this is the first year in the history of the world where more people will die from the effects of too much food than from starvation. and it's fascinating. it is also, we think, the first disease in the history of the world that has gone from being a rich person's disease to a poor person's disease. >> it's pretty astonishing, as you mentioned, mayor bloomberg. we've been reporting on this issue for some time. was there a perj personal story for you? did you have the effects of chronic obesity your family? yourself? >> no, but i can tell you and i think i speak for almost everybody, if it's in front of me, i eat it. i love cheese-its. if you put a bowl of -- a two-pound box of cheese its in front of me, i'd probably eat it all. that's probably not very good for you. but if you eat anything in moderation, there's no harm, almost anything. so if you put a small bowl of cheese its in front of me, that's fine. we all do the same thing. all we're try dog with full sugared drin
CNN
Sep 30, 2012 7:30am EDT
comprehensive ever collected in the united states. it is far larger than anyone else. i happen to be a very concerned mom, but more importantly, i'm also a researcher, and we looked at more than 25 states and more than 70 locations. clearly, the local authorities don't have the authority. it's not within their band width or yourself dikz as present. that was verified at every turn and many every county. in fact, someone from the environmental health department testified at the assembly health hearing and said, hey, listen, we don't go in there right now. not only don't we include it in our inspections, but we can't require corrective action in the event that a problem exists. >> i think a lot of people don't realize that there isn't some sort of local either health authority or other authority who has some sort of defined jurisdiction, but i should point out as well, you also know the maricopa county board of supervisors in california unanimously voted in favor of the health code you've been pushing for so long, and that's become law. that's where you live. i know you've had a lot to d
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